“Two Years in the Wild” and “Keepers of the Wild” – Presentations in Tennessee

I am looking forward to my visit to the USA in June. After another year in the bush it will be great to see my Tennessee friends again. During my stay I will be giving two different presentations about my work in South Africa. All presentations are open to the public and no reservations are required.

I hope to see many of you on either of these occasions 🙂

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“Two Years in the Wild” is the first presentation about my experiences in South Africa and my methods to get good wildlife images. This presentation is open to the public. I will be giving this talk in Nashville and in Cookeville.

When: Tuesday – June 3, 2014 – 6:30pm
Where: Brentwood Photography Group Meeting @ Otter Creek Church of Christ, Franklin Road, Brentwood, Tennessee – http://www.brentwoodphotographygroup.org/

When: Wednesday – June 11, 2014 – 7:00pm
Where: Cookeville Camera Club Meeting @ First Presbyterian Church, 20N Dixie, Cookeville, Tennessee – http://www.cookevillecameraclub.com/



“Keepers of the Wild” is the second presentation about the conservation efforts and challenges for a private game reserve in South Africa and about the rising threat to Africa’s Rhino population.

When: Thursday – June 5, 2014 – 6:00pm
Where: Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, Nolensville Road, Nashville, Tennessee – http://www.nashvillezoo.org/events/lecture


See you in Nashville or Cookeville!

Christian Sperka

7 Replies to ““Two Years in the Wild” and “Keepers of the Wild” – Presentations in Tennessee”

  1. I sure hope hope to get to see and hear you at two of your presentations. I’m sure they will be interesting. On this end things have been very busy and down right crazy for the past month with not much time for any fun things in life so. It sure would be nice to escape from the crazyness for alittle bit. Hope to see ya Nashville. Have a Great One and be Safe in your travel.

  2. Well done on all your work Christian. You are doing an amazing job of letting people know about the challengers that we face against the onslaught of the Rhino population. Thank you so much.

  3. Hello Chris, hope you are well. We hoped we would be able to come and see you in Nashville, but are not sure. Congratulations with all your success. Take care!

    Melodie anderson

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